The Inclosure Acts (or "Enclosure Acts" in modern spelling) were a series of United Kingdom Acts of Parliament which enclosed open fields and common land in the country, creating legal property rights to land that was previously considered common. Between 1604 and 1914, over 5,200 individual Enclosure Acts were put into place, enclosing 6.8 million acres of land (almost 11,000 square miles).
J. A. Yelling has written: 'Common field and enclosure in England, 1450-1850' -- subject(s): Commons, History, Inclosures
enclosure of a letter
An animal enclosure on a farm is called a pen.A playpen is an enclosure for a baby up to toddler age.I received an invitation with a flyer as an enclosure.
Enclosure invented the apple :)
Here are your plans (see enclosure). The screens on the porch create a pleasant enclosure.
Please shut the gate to the enclosure. Please find my enclosure, a check.
The Enclosure has 192 pages.
A glass enclosure
the commons smith is behind a tree in the commons fairgrounds,
The letter said, "see enclosure", which was a form I needed to sign.Pigs are kept in a separate enclosure.A baby gate makes a room into an enclosure for toddlers.
An enclosure is a house or a cage for anything that is for show to the humans.
Enclosure in Spanish is: recinto, cercado.
a sentence using the word enclosure is: As you can see, the entire deck is protected inside the enclosure.
an annex is where people live and enclosure is where things are kept e.g monkeys are kept in a monkey enclosure.
Enclosure was invented by Sir Thomas More at 1488.
the prefix of the for enclosure is: enthe suffix is: ure
Pepper enclosureYes indeed a pepper is a seed enclosure because the seeds in a pepper are closed in by the outside of the pepper.
Michael Commons was born in 1939.
The Commons Restaurant was created in 1989.
Algonquin Commons was created in 2004.
Bernard Commons was born in 1913.
Bernard Commons died in 1965.
Creative Commons was created in 2001.
Jeremy Commons was born in 1933.